• A photograph of tree tops and soft clouds taken with my Fujifilm X100F and the Acros film preset.
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    Soft Clouds

    I’ve been absent from these parts but very present elsewhere. My husband and I have been walking and talking and working a lot lately. It may be time for a big change. A move from the mountain the city. For a Californian, not really THE city, but A city. A pretty one with lots of rain and fewer fires. Until then, I will continue to photograph trees.

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    Pine Tree

    Been busy lately contemplating the importance of fire insurance when one lives amongst the trees in California. And, whether it is a good idea to live amongst those trees in California. This photograph is of the huge pine tree in our backyard, close up, with Acros and my Fujifilm X100F.

  • Photography of rusty pick-up truck bed taken with my Fujifilm X100F in the Acros film preset.
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    Ol Pieces

    I’ve been stuck for pictures lately. Seeing the same things over and over and trying to see them over again in a different way than yesterday. Looking forward to getting down the hill for some more photographs soon.

  • This black and white photograph of a baby hiding with her book was taken with the Fujifilm X100F and the Acros Film Preset.
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    Hideaway

    The if I can’t see you, you can’t see me, secret book club. This photograph was taken with my X100F with Acros film preset and no post-processing. Again, a difficult decision between RAW and Acros JPG. Acros wins!

  • Black and white photograph of an angel statue taken on my Fujifilm X100F with the Acros film preset
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    Angel of the Morning

    Today – a morning walk with my husband and a decision to aim for one photo post a day. I took this dappled light gem with my Fujifilm X100F and the Acros film preset and no post-processing. I’ve never been inspired to experiment with black and white photography until seeing what others are doing with the Acros film preset on the X100F. And – now I can’t wait to experiment further. I’ve only just started my love affair with the rad little camera so I am still discovering all it has to offer. I’m hoping this photo-a-day challenge helps me to hone my skills.